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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM 0.00 A.M. TO 1.00 P.M. We start the week with a complete line of Fresh Meats direct from the Farm Delany's Meat Co. FIFTH 8T. S. OPP08ITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 492 Garden Seeds In Bulk* Sett Onions, Multipliers We have a -good assortment of the above lines at prices as low as you can buy direct from the seed houses. We also take orders for field seeds of all kinds at exactly the same price you would pay by getting them direct yourself, besides we save you the trouble of sending in the orders. Anything in seeds you want. Send us vour orders and we will do the rest. HIGH CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD GO. PHONE 525 EASTMAN KODAKS You will be surprised at the pleasure to be derived from a GOOD CAMERA. We have a well equipped camera department and can take care of all your needs in this respect. Prices are as low as quality permits and satisfaction is guaranteed at alt times. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL ' Store PHONE 1487 BETTER GARDENS Hare you planned your WAR GARDEN. Do it in that extra hour tonight. See us for the seeds. We carry the best line of package seed. Sweet Pea Seed, 10c oz. THE FRANK HEDLEY CO. Are Woirndtd Telegraphic casualty lists today include the names of Pte. William Hitt, infantry wounded, aud s'ergt. A. Mat-son, cavalry, also wounded. These men are both of Lethbridge. but the Herald could learn nothing about either of them from the lists available in the city. Sergt. Lawrence Nash; Macleod. Pte. George Pearson,. Macleod, are wounded. Pte. McFarlane, who enlisted at Pineher, but whose home was in the States, has been killed in action. ONLY FOR FEW DAYS Just throe days after the sudden death of her husband, J6lm George Brohraan. Mrs. Alary Annie Broliman passed away on Monday- morning after suffering for two years from a j paralytic condition. The death of her husband caused a shock which brought abojit her demise. Tlje late Mrs. Broliman, who had resided with the family on their farm at Wilson Siding for nine years, was the same age as her husband 54 years, and came with him from Guelph. Ont. TwO daughters and two sons are left to mourn the loss of their parents. The funeral will be held on Tuesday morning at 9.45 from Fetterly's parlors to St. Patrick's church where requiem mass wili be sung at 10 o'clock by Rev. Father McCaffery. Interment will take place in St. Patrick's cemetery. A Direct Wire Owing" to the extraordinary heavy volume of business, the C. P. II. has provided the Lethbridge telegraph May Oats-May ... July .... Barley-May ... Flax- Winnipeg Markets Open.; ........ 92%. ....... ... 89?* office with a direct wire to Winnipeg, and a much improved service with eastern points is now possible. The board of trade asked for this improvement two or three years ago, but it �was hot. till this' spring ' that the Heavy business passing through the local office made the direct wire necessary. 3S5 The Twentieth Century Book Store "Everybody'* Book Shop" 'We SeU the Books Being Talked About* 614 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE �13 Close. �-93ft 90 162 386% 388 Formaldehyde From 1917 Stock In the face of the .warning from the government you will not want to use this year's Formaldehyde until it has been tested. We have a part barrel of this from last year and this has proven to be alright. BLUE STONE This is recommended by the government for use. WE!HAVE IT I THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO. SHERLOCK BUILDING CITY AND DISTRICT , L. O. L. Meeting The above lodge will hold their regular meeting on Tucsduy the 16th at S p.m. in the Moose Hall. Mayor of Ingersoll J. V. Buchanan, mayor of Ingersoll, Ont.. who owns land in this district, is in the city on business connected therewith. Were Drunk Orla Size and W. Benner were roped in by the city police on a drunk charge and v/ere fined $10 and costs in police court. v High Cost of Living We are doing our part to reduce the high cost of living by eliminating all the non essentials and giving you the benefit in reduced prices. v Visit Tickner's Groceteria and prove this statement. Everything marked in plain figures. The E. J. Tickner Co. 204 13TH STREET S. GROCETERIA OPPOSITE ELLISON MILLS July -......... . .. Cash Prises Oats-No. 2 C.W... 94% No. 3 e.W. 90 >s Extra No. 1 feed.............. 90ft No. 1 feed.. 88ft No. 2 feed.. S4% Barley- No. 3 ......162 No. 4 ......157 Flax-No. 1 X.W.C. ............386% No. 2 C;W.. .381T4 No. 3 C;W.. .361% Winnipeg Livestock Winnipeg, 'April 15.-Cattle trading was strong today and there was a good demand for all grades of butcher stuff. Receipts 225 cattle and 557 hogs. Butcher steers, *8 to $18; heifers, $8 to $11.50; cows. 15.56 to f 11.25 ; bulls, $6.50 to $10; oxen. $5.50 to $10; stockers and feeders $8 to'$10.50; veal calves. $6.50 to $15.50.' Hogs selects " $19.76; heavies $16.75 to $17.75; sows $16.60 to $17.50; light, $16.50 to $18.50.  ? ? 3 FOUR LIVES LOST An Atlantic Port, Apr. 15. - Four lives were lost when the Leyland Line steamship - Etonian was torpedoed and sunk by a German submarine off the Irish coast on March 23, according to members of the crew who arrived, here today in a British- steamer. Two of ;hose killed were American horsemen, others members of the fire room force. SKY LIGHTS, CHIMNEY TOPS ventilators, cornices, gutters, leaders and in fact any kind of metal work can be ordered from us with an'assurance that it will be promptly, skillfully and faithfully done. All our metal work is built to last. We use heavy sheet metal only and the best o( all other materials. Even if we charged- more for our services- which we . don't-it would be profitable for you to pay the difference. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. �' LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA REAR 8TAFFORD BLOCK ARLOW'S EAT. .. ARKET PHONE 796 1110 SIXTH AVE. 8. Blue: and Formaldehyde For the timid ones who have gotten cokl feet from the unfounded yvpoxpob Formaldehyde, we have: a limited amount of BLUE STONE We still hswe talth in FORMALDEHYDE and continue to book'orders irrespective of motors. The government finding will be announced today or tomorrow. J. D. Hiiitbotkan & Co --- Umit*d afrff^fl "Alberta's Pioneer Druggists* Wholesale and Retail Chemists. TELEPHONE No. 321 ~ Pte. Devine in Toronto Word has been received by the family that Pte. "Cubby" Devine is visiting in Toronto before returning to his home here. - Nephew Killed Alex. Primrose .immigration agent here, has received word that his nephew. Lieut. Ivan McMurchy, of the Imperial Flying Corps had been killed while flying In Flanders. ~" Brother Killed W. L. Peyton, of Lethbridge, hns been called to Spokane, owing to\ the death of a brother, Edward Peyton, who was killed there a week ago yesterday. He will be gone aSout 15 days. To Incorporate Co. H. R. Newton, legal adviser of the Central Montana Ranches Co., is in the city from Montana making arrangements for the incorporation of the company under the laws of Alberta. Death of Etzikom Lady Lizxy Madge *fraxler, beloved wife of Edward Phillip Traxler, of Etzikom, aged 22 years, died in the city on April 15th. The remains will be held at Fetterly's undertaking parlors until Friday when they will he forwarded to Etzikom where burial* will take place/'. "You'd never guess they cost so little, they're so artistic!" That's what your friends will Bay I "You'd never guess how much work they save I" That's what you will aay after you have had them on your floors for a while! A damp mop will restore a TJongoleura Rug to its original beauty and freshness in an instant. --------. ,.,,. CONSUMER'S HARDWARE CO. Congoleum Rugs always look neat and clean. They lie flat and smooth without fastening-don't kick up at (the edges. They are sanitary. The new Ait-Rug patterns ara beautiful. We have them in the popular sizef. suitable lot every room in the home where a low* priced rug can be used. You mutt see- them-come in and let u� show them. this meek in the Citv Chutebee Seeding at Jail Warden Rivers told the Herald this morning that seeding operations on the Jail farm were progressing rapidly About 300 acres of wheat will be seeded as well as other grains. The number of inmates of the institution is now round the 100 mark, an increase of about 30 since last spring. No Instructions Yet Chief Hardy told the Herald this morning that he had not yet received an official copy of the order-in-coun-ett- affecting the unemployed and could do nothing till he is in receipt of It. However it is evident already that the order is having a salutary effect. Quite a number of idlers are looking ; for greener pastures. "It has the Vag-I rancy law beat a mile," said the Chief | to the Herald wnn reference to the j new act^ It .was reported that 15 Cal-. gary idlers eime to Lethbridge over j the week-end in the hope that the j police here would be less active, but I the chief is ready to receive them a� | soon as he receives authority to en-j force the measure. - \ Sergt. Stewart Home Sergt. K. P. Stewart arrived home this morning, coming down last night from Calgary. He was met nt the dtpot. by relatives, by members of the returned soldiers committee and J. R. Oliver, secretary, and also by members of the school board. Sergt. Stewart is still feeling the effects of his severe illness but hopes to recover rapidly now that' he is back In the sunny south. We are Selling Agents for the Moline Universal Tractor and can deliver a Tractor today. Superior Supply Co. FARM We can supply farmers with experienced help. A number of m�n are on the ground waiting for work. WIRE OR PHONE t The Beasley Employment Agency 110 Fifth St. S. Phone B46 "The Girl Phffippa*' Wins Big Praise in Wisconsin "I can say that 'The Girl Phllippa' is one of the greatest production* in I the movie world. Every one of our patrons was pleased and I heartily recommend this picture to any exhibitor," This masterpiece will be seen at the Empress tonight and tomorrow only.-Advertisement. Bandsmen Attention At a meeting held in the Band Room on Sunday afternoon, the City Band was reorganized for the coming season's work. Mr. Geo. Harper has been appointed leader; Mr. H. Morris, president and Mr. Geo. Porter, sec.-treas. All former^ members who still retain instruments, uniforms or any other property belonging to the band are hereby requested to turn these in\o an'' of the above officers. Regular practice will now be held on Tuesday and Friday evenings at 8.30 p.m., at the Conservatory of Music, corner of 12th street and 5th Ave. S. More players are needed by the band, particularly cornet and alto men. Knox-jyionday evening 7.30-Boy Scouts will meet in school room. Tuesday evening , 8.00-There will be a joint meeting of the session of managers. Wednesday evening 8.00 - Teachers' training class. Friday evening 8.00-Choir practice. Wesley-Monday evening 3.00 - Campfire Girh. A very special^ meeting with the Alberta Indians. ~ Tuesday evening 7.30-Boy Scouts meeting. Wednesday 8 p.m.-Open meeting of the Women's Missionary Society conducted 'by Mh, R. K. Skeith and Mrs. C, E. -Cragg.' Thursday evening 8 p.m.-Choir practice. United - Monday 8.00 - Christian Endeavor.social in the church. 8t*0- Father and Son banquet in the church hall. Special meeting of Ladies' Aid tonight in the parsonage. Tuesday evening 7.30 sharp-Meeting of tho Girls' Department in tho hall. St. Cyprian's-Monday evening at 7.30-Boys' club. Tuesday evening 8.30-Teachers' meeting. Wednesday evening . 8.30-Intercession service, i Thursday afternoon 3100-Wornqpi meet at Red Cross. Friday evening 8.30-Choir practice. - St. Mary's-Tuesday evening 8.30 -Teachers' meeting in St. August.in's parish hall. Wednesday evening 8 p.m.-Parochial association in St. Mary's parish hall. Thursday 8.00- G.A. 8.00-Vestry meeting at Mr. Snow's house. Friday 4.15-J. W. A. 8 p.m.-Intercession service. S.'iO '-� Choir practice. Christian Science-Regular weekly testimony meeting on Wednesday at 8 p.m. Baptist-Therp will be> no meetings \\>n account of the special services in I tho Christian church. Thursday ev� ening-The regular choir practice. L. D. 3.-Mooting in the L. D. S. church tomorrow (Tuesday) at 2.30. Subject-"Genealogy and testimony." Christian-The evangelist meeting every night at the church beginning at 8 o'clock sharp. Do not miss the song service. Mrs. Pagan is going to organize a junior choir ahYl invites all children of the junior and Intermediate grades and especially invites any of other churches who wish to sing in the evening with the understanding that they are to attend their own Sunday school. Are Wounded J. A. Morrison, of Cojeman, A. Mc-Comber, of Taber, P. Knowles, of Bel-levue, H. Williams, of Beaver Mines, W. Jolley, of Prank, have been wounded in action. ANNOUNCEMENT The Salvation Army will give a concert Jn Rex hall at 8 o'clock Friday, April 19th. Band in attendance. 105-3 'Designed for You"Hair Cuts WESTBROOK BROSi Opposite Bank of Montreal THE SANITARY SHOP Now Doing Business IN OUR NEW STORE IN THE LETHBRIDGE rfrfEL BLOCK, 20* FIFTH STREET SOUTH Robertson's Bookstore Phon/1^5 >f- Buy Meat from your Home Otf r phone service will give you complete satisfaction. R, C0ULTRY The Alberta Meat Market PHONE 492 LANDS RANCHES-800' acres deeded lanjl, 2SS0 acres government lease, 10 -years .to run. Rental 2c per acre per year. All in solid block. All fenced. Running "Water all year, two i roomed houses, three barns .number of sheds. 100 acres under cultivation, 400 acres -tillable, mfle to P. O. 2 miles school. Price $15,680. Terms. Stock can be included at market prices. 1980 ACRES-Lease 10 years to run. All fenced. Lota water. Good soil, fine grass land. Price J1920 cash. 320 ACRES-Adjoining above lease. All fenced and cross fenced. Buildings, abundance line water. 100 acres summer fallow. 100 acres stubble. Soil is first class for wheat. ?25.00 acre, ?2,000 cash. THE ABOVE MUST BE SEEN TO BE APPRECIATED. 100 Improved Farms Stock Ranches & Leases Raw Land, Crop Payment J. � ESTABLISH e� 10 YEARS NEAR HUDSON'S BAY STORE FAMILY PORTRAITURE Make it an annual t duty to yourselves to have yoftr children's photo taken. You will be cresting abiding pleasures for your later years. Smith's Studio tOt Third Ave. 8. Phone 1471 Office Equipment Office and Typewriter Desks, Chairs, Filing Cabinets, Agents fort Woodstock Typewriters, Dick's Mimeograph, F. A E. Check Writer. Standard Envelops Sealer and 8tamp Afflxer, Burroughs' Adding Msehins. Stock Re�ils^rs, Seals and Stock Certificates, x A FULL LINE OF OFFICE STATIONERY. EVERALL & FRANKS Slnnott Block, cor. 4th Ave. snd 5th 8L Phone 110P 18 64 ;